The third annual Stadium Journey convention was held this week in New Orleans. What else do you do when in one of the biggest party cities in the world? Why, you record a podcast, of course. Special guests crash the party and a great conversation is had about the future of Stadium Journey, what North American sports look like to an Austrailian, how stadiums Down Under compare, and what to look for in terms of stadiums when you visit the Big Easy.
Spillane Field is rarely mentioned among the elite of Cape Cod’s ballparks. Perhaps it is due to the ballpark’s location on the mainland, or perhaps it’s due to the field’s old, rickety, splinter-filled bleachers. But Spillane Field has its own charm, and you won’t find better summer college ball being played anywhere.
Ever since the passing of longtime Pawtucket Red Sox owner Ben Mondor in 2010, questions about the future of the franchise and their longtime home, McCoy Stadium, have haunted Pawtucket. It appears that those questions are about to be answered, and if you are to believe the rumors, it doesn’t look good for this down on its luck city.
A week after reviewing Stadium Journey’s rankings of the ballparks of the American League, the gang is back to give the National League the same treatment. Surprises aplenty are in store this week. Listen in and see where your favorite ballparks rank!
After a bit of a hiatus the team is back with a fury. Major League Baseball is on the agenda! The gang picks apart the ballparks of the American League and debates each of them as well as the Stadium Journey rankings. The team catches up on their travels (even Dan!) and could Marc actually be home in Indiana? Join Dan Colacicco, Marc Viquez, Dave Cottenie and Paul Baker for a jam packed episode.
Edward A. LeLacheur Park, located on the banks of the Merrimack River and the edge of the UMass Lowell campus, serves as the home of both the Lowell Spinners, class A short season affiliate of the Boston Red Sox, and the University of Massachusetts-Lowell River Hawks baseball teams. It was named for the State Representative and civic leader who spearheaded the redevelopment of the city of Lowell.